Masters in Speech & Language Therapy (University of Reading, UK)
Bachelor of Psychology (Hons) (Sunway University in affiliation with University of Lancaster, UK)
A member of the Malaysian Association of Speech & Hearing (MASH)
Christine started practicing as a Speech-Language Therapist in 2013. She has had the opportunity to work with children with ASD, Down Syndrome, Learning difficulties, Verbal dyspraxia, Cerebral Palsy and feeding difficulties in various settings including community clinics, mainstream and special needs schools, hospitals, and rehabilitation centres. She is Hanen certified in ‘It Takes Two to Talk’ , ‘More than Words’ and is trained in basic Malaysian Sign Language (MySL).
She is a member of the Cochlear Implant Programme Core Team which is a multidisciplinary team consisting of ENT Surgeons, Speech-Language Therapists and Audiologists. She also runs social group therapy sessions for children with social-communication difficulties.
She enjoys educating families and caregivers on ways they can help children with their communication by being effective communication partners at home.
Her special interest lies in Hearing Impairment, Specific language impairment and Oral Motor. She believes that each child has the potential to communicate, given the opportunity and the support they need from their home, school and community.